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Rupert Murdoch says Google and news aggregators are stealing content and newspapers shouldn’t take it anymore. He’s now calling on major news publishers to create a consortium and charge for digital content. Is this the call to arms that newspapers need in order to survive? Or a losing battle against free Internet content? Guest host Jon Beaupre explores the winding road to making content profitable again.

Guests:

David Carr, Columnist, New York Times

Ken Doctor, News industry analyst for Outsell, a research and consultancy organization for the information industry

Gordon Crovitz, Co-founder, Journalism Online, former publisher of the Wall Street Journal